INSTITUTE OF BORNEO STUDIES

Borneo studies

All issues focusing on Borneo.

Sustainable Community

Research, innovation, intervention and transformation

Community based Knowledge Management

Preservation of community based Intellectual Property

Community history, heritage, arts, culture and tradition

Festival & entertainment, games, politics, values & belief, human right, language etc.

Community health, safety and security issues
Community food and nutrition
Community environmental issues
Community education and learning
Community based technologies
Community resources
Community economy

Products, output, cottage industries, intellectual property, tourism

Community infrastructure, facilities, utilities and amenities development

Community organizational structure, leadership, workforce

Community ICT issues

Community based Knowledge Management

Preservation of community based Intellectual Property

Development of Instruments and models to optimize Community Development and Transformation

Prospective Graduate Students

Coursework Programme (Masters)

Masters by coursework in IBS will be available soon. Our coursework programmes are designed to extend knowledge and skills gained from the first degree and to develop new professional skills in graduates. The programmes involve lectures, seminars and project work. Students are required to successfully complete the minimum credit as required by the respective programme (between 40 – 44 credits) and a final Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of at least 3.0 in order to graduate.

Masters & PhD Programme (Research)

The Institute of Borneo Studies supports postgraduate degrees to M.Soc.Sc and Ph.D levels based on research projects.Student is assigned to an experienced member of academic staff as supervisor or to a supervisory panel. A panel is made up of graduate staff and experts from either within or outside the University. The subject of research will be jointly determined by the candidate and supervisor(s) based upon the guidelines of the Institute's goals and objectives. Candidates undertaking these programmes must be self-motivated and proactive as they will be largely responsible for their own learning. In cases where previous experience does not fully meet the requirements for the chosen field, supplemental course-work will be a requirement for programme completion.

The academic progress of research student is evaluated two times a year through progress reports. The degree is examined through the presentation of a thesis and a viva voce examination. A student who has satisfied the Graduate Studies Committee in all aspects of their work is eligible for the award of the degree.

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